Taiwan is renowned for having the best skilled luxury boat craftsmen and is surrounded by many boat building suppliers. Only the finest materials and appropriate top of the line components are used on each Zhen Shing Yachts and we're constantly searching for the best new products that will improve the final product. 90% of them are top brand or marine graded and have their worldwide warranty such as Volvo Penta, Cummins and Caterpillar marine engines, Onan or Northern Lights generator, Marine Air Air Conditioning System, Raymarine or Garmin electronics, ABT-Trac Stabilizers, Sidepower thrusters, ZF Faster propoellers, Miele or Subzero refrigerator and freezer, Fisher Paykel dishwasher. High quality custom made 316 Stainless steel railings and exterior fittings, premium wood veneers and Burmese teak are carefully selected to to ensure that the consistency throughout the boat. Our in-house designer is very knowledgeable and capable of luxury interior customization with space utilization, choice of soft finishing available from our sample books including the natural marble or corian, hand-made carpets, Ultraleathers or Alcantara suedes even the little items such as lighting fixtures, switches, door lock or shower fittings as we understand each Zhen Shing yacht represents a sophisticated and beautiful work of art and collection for her owner.
- Hybrid ferry
The ship is equipped with two 150KW electric systems and two 65KW diesel generators. It can carry more than 140 passengers and 60 motorcycles and bicycles. The cruising speed can reach 6 hours...Read More
- 48 ft sea fishing boat
In order to promote the promotion of marine leisure activities, the ship is designed for those with limited budget. Although it is an entry-level model, the relevant configuration can meet...Read More
- Ultra-low temperature tuna longline fishing boat
This type of fishing vessel has a tonnage of 230 tons and 350 tons. The fish tank temperature reaches minus 60 degrees Celsius, which allows the quality of the fish to be well maintained....Read More